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The Best in BOUNCE Audio with Vanessa Murphy and Xplornet: Connect To What Matters

  • GO TOPLESS DAY - in support of the Trent Lakes Food Bank at I.E. Weldon Saturday May 21st

    In this edition of Community Matters by Xplornet. Connect to What Matters.....Vanessa Murphy and Sarah Marshall from Wrong Side of the River Jeeps chat about "Go Topless Day" Saturday May 21st from 10 until 2.  Wrong Side of the River Jeeps in Partnership with Barricade Offroad proudly present Go Topless Day on May 21st from 10-2 at IE Weldon secondary school in Lindsay! Admission is $10 a jeep with all proceeds going towards the Trent Lakes Food Bank. Vendors, Jeeps and prizes! Come on out for a great day all while supporting charity! www.wsotrjeeps.ca/events
  • Golf Tournament in Support of the 2817 Army Cadets

    Vanessa Murphy and Cynthia MacPhail talk about a golf tournament fundraiser for the Lindsay Cadets in this edition of Community Matters - Connect to What Matters.  Saturday June 11th, 2022 Lindsay Golf and Country Club more information in the audio  
  • Globus Theatre 2022 Summer Theatre Season

    Community Matters - By Xplornet ; Connect To What Matters Vanessa Murphy and Sarah Quick chat about the 19th Summer Season at Globus Theatre in Bobcaygeon.  Globus Theatre Announces 19th Season of Professional Summer Theatre   Running from June 22nd to August 27th at the Lakeview Arts Barn in Bobcaygeon Globus Theatre's 2022 Summer Season comprises of a world premiere murder mystery The Great 44th Fowler's Falls Fall Fair Disaster written by Sarah Quick; two new Canadian comedies Meet My Sister by Bonnie Green and Screwball Comedy by the hugely popular Norm Foster; Leisa Way, back by popular demand, with Rock n Roll is Here to Stay; and the Canadian premiere of John Nicholson and Le Navet Bete's The Three Musketeers (A Comedy Adventure!).  Meet My Sister – by Bonnie Green  June 22 to July 2  A hilarious new Canadian play about sibling rivalry, aging parents, and childhood memories.   Blanche is a hard-working public health nurse with a penchant for details and deadlines; Stella is an organic herbalist and lavender exporter. As sisters they couldn’t be more different! But circumstances dictate that they join forces when Mom, who is scheduled to move to Pleasant Poplars, a Long-Term Care Facility, locks herself in her home and refuses to go!   As the sisters attempt to cajole Mom out of her house and into a home, they fight, bond, laugh, reminisce, and argue over who inherits the green glass. Little do they know that a high school crush will make an appearance and long buried family secrets are about to change all their lives forever.     Leisa Way stars in Rock n' Roll is Here to Stay - starring Leisa Way and her Wayward Wind Band   July 5 to 16  A musical journey through the history of Rock ‘n Roll   Audience favourite Leisa Way is back! And this time she’s keeping the classic rock flame burning in a high-energy, captivating show with songs from the hottest Rock n Roll stars and bands in music history.    As Leisa and her phenomenal musicians take us on a magical mystery tour of 40 years of rock’s greatest hits, poodle skirts and page boys gave way to miniskirts and go-go boots.    From Buddy Holly to the Beach Boys, from Elvis to The Eagles; experience the sounds of Queen, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison, Pat Benetar, The Guess Who, Carol King and many, many more…    If you’ve ever wanted to Rock n Roll all night (and party ev-er-eee-dayyyy!) then join us as we remind you that you were Born to be Wild!      The Three Musketeers - by John Nicholson & Le Navet Bete  July 20 to 30  From the writer of Hound of the Baskervilles (Globus 2013). This riotous adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' classic novel is a funny, high-energy romp full of swashbuckling and rollicking adventure.   Join the young and naive D'Artagnan as he sets out for Paris, armed only with a baguette and his loyal but problematic steed, on a quest to become a King's musketeer, After discovering that the musketeers have been disbanded, he makes it his mission to get them reinstated. But an encounter with the dangerous femme fatale, Milady de Winter may prove to be his downfall.   A comedy adventure of epic proportions.    The Great 44th Fowler's Falls Fall Fair Disaster – by Sarah Quick  August 3 to 13  The fall fair is an annual highlight for the residents of tiny Fowler’s Falls, and it is abound with traditions. But an influx of new residents in town threatens to throw things into disarray.   The talent show is thrust into turmoil, the Harvest Queen pageant is a fashion disaster, the homecraft committee suspect sabotage and the rooster crowing competition crown holder looks to be the victim of fowl play. Stakes are high, the competition is fierce, and it looks like someone would kill to be the winner.    Will this 44th anniversary event be the town’s downfall, or will fairness prevail?     Screwball Comedy – by Norm Foster  August 17 to 27   A great new Canadian comedy from audience favourite Norm Foster.   The year is 1938 and newly laid-off perfumier Mary Hayes is trying to break into the male dominated world of newspaper journalism. Editor-in-Chief Bosco Godfrey sets a competition between his egotistical star reporter Jeff Kincaid and plucky Mary, assigning them to cover a society wedding. If Jeff writes the better story, he gets to keep his job. If Mary wins, she will replace the ace newshound.    A homage to those zany screwball comedies of that time period, this play is full of snappy period dialogue, outrageous characters and humour that packs a punch!    "We are thrilled to be able to announce a season that has us returning to the Lakeview Arts Barn stage at full force. Over the last two years we have developed an even stronger relationship with our audience and had an opportunity to really talk to them and listen to what they have to say - this season is what they have asked for and we cannot wait to share it with them".  - James Barrett, Artistic Producer  "Choosing this year's summer season has been a unique experience. With our last two programmed seasons being cancelled it has taken a lot of positive thinking and rallying as a team to select this year's offerings...but we think our audience is going to love them.  Our patrons told us that, this year at least, they wanted the emphasis to be on comedy and that our tradition of programing new works alongside perennial favourites was what most appealed. We have a reputation for offering a wide variety of entertainment - truly something for everyone - and that's what our audiences can look forward to this summer!" - Sarah Quick, Artistic Director    Tickets will go on sale on:  April 7th for STAR Supporters |    April 11th for the General Public  Tickets can be booked by calling the box office: 705-738-2037    Ticket Prices Theatre $42.50 Dinner & Theatre $85 5-show Subscription Theatre only $212.50 (includes dinner with the Murder Mystery) 5-show Subscription Dinner & Theatre $382.50     Visit Globus Theatre website for more information: www.globustheatre.com     Globus Theatre is a registered not-for-profit charitable organization mandated to provide professional theatre to our local Kawartha Lakes community and visitors - making top quality Canadian theatre accessible to all.  
  • Virtual Hike For Hospice 2022

    In this edition of Community Matters - By Xplornet - Connect to What Matters Vanessa Murphy and Jessica Penny (Fundraising Manager, Community Care Foundation) Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 - Thursday, June 30th, 2022 Though our Hike this year is going to look different once again, we are excited to Hike On!  Join us for our virtual Hike for Hospice in June. The virtual Hike for Hospice is an amazing opportunity to come together safely with loved ones, anytime, anywhere, indoors or outdoors, to raise much needed funds for Hospice Services. A link for the Opening Ceremonies and our Moment of Reflection will be emailed to all participants on Saturday, June 4th, 2022 Do not Miss Out! Online registration is open.  For more information visit www.hikeforhospice.ca today!
  • The third annual Jump in the Lake challenge - May 7th

    In this edition of community matters by Xplornet - Vanessa Murphy and local realtor/organizer Dean Michel chat about the third annual Jump in the Lake challenge.  It benefits the new Summit Wellness Centre in Coboconk. The community has already successfully raised over $1 million through community donations. The Jump in the Lake event will aim to take that even further. More information here: https://kawarthalakeside.com/challenge
  • 7th Annual Paddle the Drain - Saturday April 30th

    In this edition of Community Matters, by Xplornet: Connect to What Matters Vanessa Murphy and Brandi Smith chat about Paddle the Drain on Saturday April 30th. The paddle, the BBQ, silent auction in support of Penial United Church. Bring your canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, life jackets, and meet for registration at 8-815 at Penial United Church. An annual paddle down the drain in the old Mariposa Township, just south of Woodville Ontario (west of Lindsay) Peniel United Church, on 46 south of Woodville.  It's a free event but donations to the church accepted. Also, enjoy a fabulous silent auction.       

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